Feb 22, 2020  
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ART 374 Race in American Art and Visual Culture


This course explores the visual construction of race in American art and culture from the Colonial period through the Civil Rights era. We will consider how the creation and circulation of painting, sculpture, photography, and the graphic arts intersected with developing anthropological and sociological theories of race and ethnicity. While the focus will primarily be on categories of blackness and whiteness, specific racialized depictions of Native American, Latino, and Asian subjects will also be considered. 3 hour(s). FAR, DIV



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